Minecraft Comes to Chicago Theaters this July

Note: This is a sponsored post. 

During summer, there is so much time to explore and try something new, and most importantly to do something you love and share it with a community of fellow enthusiasts. This July 2015, the movies aren’t the only thing playing on the big screen, and that something else is you!

From Monday July, 27th through Wednesday, July 29, 2015 from 4:00 pm to 5:40 pm, Super League Gaming is bringing Minecraft to the big screen at select theaters including River East 21, AMC and Evanston 18, Cinemark.

Super League Gaming puts on many events throughout the year for youth gamers in multiple movie theaters.

During Super League Gaming events, not only do gamers have the opportunity to compete with each other, but they have the opportunity to compete with an entire movie-theater full of Minecraft enthusiasts on a screen 10 times bigger than their usual playing field for prizes. Throughout this rare and intense 100 minute experience, youth gamers bring their laptops to plug into the screen and compete against other young gamers in Chicago.

NPR and other news sources like the Chicago Tribune have noted how events like these elevate gaming and put gaming in a professional spotlight, even at the age of 15. This concept is growing as gaming evolves and as venues find creative options to use their space in between the new blockbuster hit.

For something new to try with your kids or to check out for yourself, explore this Minecraft limited edition gaming experience in Chicago. As a parent or guardian, you can watch your kid compete for free and join in on the excitement. For military, there are special discounts at certain at AMC River East 21.

For more information three-day  Minecraft gaming event and purchase tickets in advance, click here.

Enjoy the games and let me know how you are finding your people in Chicago this summer!

Minecraft at Chicago Movie Theatres

Amanda Whitfield
Amanda Whitfield

Amanda Whitfield is a writer and speaker and a relationship builder. She believes that meeting people in person is important. After attending numerous fashion, startup, and creative events, she founded Windy City Cosmo is 2015 to help people make connections in the city as they build their businesses, start and end relationships and see and be seen. Over the past three years, the entrepreneurs she’s interviewed have become the most successful in Chicago and Windy City Cosmo won an award in 2017 for her work for female entrepreneurs.

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